Good Combination – Royal Flush Part 2
Thursday December 06th 2007,
Filed under: Freestyles,Killa Queens,Steady Bootleggin'
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Following on from Rudy’s finest solo shots, here is some of his better work with other dudes. It’s amazing what a Flush verse and a Buckwild remix can do for an otherwise mediocre record from an otherwise unexceptional indy rapper, as Lace Da Boom‘s “Cut That Weak Shit” is given a much-needed makeover. Big Pun, NORE and Flush over The Meters’ “Hand Clapping Song”? That’s white-label gold right there. Big Ran, who happens to be Royal Flush‘s brother, only provides the hook for “No Love” but also receives top billing on the song. Go figure. “Queens Represent” is another “never made retail” cut from the Ghetto Millionaire sessions, as the Wastelandz crew all get a piece of the action, while Tommy Tee recruits a solid team for “No Holds Barred” (although it would have made more of an impression if F.T. had rapped and made Matt Fingez do the chorus instead). Rounding off proceedings is the Big L and Flush freestyle, which is sometimes labeled as “Flamboyant 2″ although it’s clearly just some mixtape shit.

Lace Da Booms feat. Royal Flush and Quazimodo - “Cut THat Weak Shit” (Buckwild Remix)

Royal Flush feat. Big Pun & Noreaga - “Clap Your Hands”

Big Ran & Royal Flush - “No Love”

Royal Flush feat. Wastelandz - “Queens Represent”

Tommy Tee feat. Royal Flush, Matt Fingaz, F.T. & M.O.P - “No Holds Barred”

Royal Flush & Big L - “Freestyle”


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Great post as usual, I’m probably the biggest Royal Flush fan who isn’t related to him. He was ill even when he was basically impersonating Ghostface. I’ll never understand how he managed to garner less attention than Mic Geronimo – not that Mic G wasn’t ill in his own right, but c’mon now…

Comment by R.H.S. 12.07.07 @

white-label gold i agree.

kinda like those Big Pun & Cuban Link “Toe 2 Toe” megamix remixes.

Comment by eric 12.07.07 @

Fancy posting that ‘Masta IC’ track from Mic G’s first where Flush kills it?

Comment by Pow 12.07.07 @

You mean “Men Vs Many” with OC and Flush?

Comment by Robbie 12.07.07 @

Got all these but great picks Robbie

Ghetto Millionaire had to have some of the best production on one album

Comment by AJG 12.08.07 @

Bringing back that ol new york rap! “cut that weak shit” is a joint that i had on cassette tape that i reorded from future flavas when pete and marly were on hot 97. Coming up as a youth, we didnt have videos like they do now, so to really stand out as an mc, you had to have the lyrical skill or the voice, ie…guru, and even royal flush. but its the northeast swagga that got lost in the midst of all this bullshit that is being played. videos make the songs now, it is completely a very different era. but this song represents many and i mean many classics that were only heard in the tri-state area. while people were stuck on bdp or juice crew, i was diggin jvc force, chill rob g, lakim shabazz, divine force, son of bazerk, ultra magnetic, i mean the list goes on. i am glad that i have tapes of classic bls and kiss shit to resort back to when i need a real hip hop fix. i appreciate unkut for catering to the essence and purity of the artform. “cut that weak shit” made my day!

Comment by edub.jerzee 12.08.07 @

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5IJjBvSFyU

Brief performance by Royal Flush circa 1997 here–as well as numerous interviews with our patron saint, Godfather Don.

Comment by Finally 12.08.07 @

I got a 12″ from 2002 by a dutch producer called DJ Mass featuring Royal Flush, that’s also bangin.

Comment by Krisch 12.09.07 @

Some great tracks selected, It puts the up-and-up mainstream stuff of today to shame.

Comment by Shay 12.10.07 @

Good write up ….. I was wondering what dude was up to ……. yo, can somebody name me Royal Flush first single he dropped

Comment by MEC 12.14.07 @

^ “Movin’ On Ya Weak Production”.

Comment by Robbie 12.14.07 @

Big Pun & Cuban Link “Toe 2 Toe megamixes

can someone post these joints????

I need these….

Comment by Tired-N-Broke 12.18.07 @



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